TikTok, the popular social media platform, shared how its algorithms manage content in the virtual tour of Transparency Center. TikTok differs from other social media platforms with the logic of its algorithms.
Popular social media platform a few months ago TikTokmade a statement that it would conduct its operations more transparently. Following this announcement, the company is in Los Angeles’Transparency Center‘he opened a center named. TikTok was planning to invite members of the press, politicians and regulatory bodies to this center to show how their systems work.
With this step, TikTok aimed to give an answer to the negative news since the past years. But the time frame chosen by the company coincided with the explosion of the coronavirus, and TikTok postpone invitations had to.
The Transparency Center was virtually invited and the algorithms were shown:
While the coronavirus has not yet lost its danger, TikTok came up with a new solution this time. The company is the Transparency Center virtual tours announced. However, the platform is designed to show how their algorithm works. to elected press members He opened his door. Thus, it was also explained how TikTok’s algorithms work.
One of the strongest features in TikTok’s algorithm is its content categorized according to popular trends. The company is direct interaction, content viewing rates, video information, users’ device settings and account settings It was organizing the content that would appear before its users.
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To make it even simpler, TikTok’s algorithm does not allow users to follow more users. show content according to their tastes focusing. The platform collects user data, detecting content that appeals to other users and showing them in the application.
Other social media platforms show users other users they interact with. So TikTok sets itself apart from other platforms at this point. How did this algorithm help TikTok from 54 million users in 2 years? 689 million users partially explains its arrival.